The interaction of a high-intensity laser pulse with plasma in a laser fusion in the presence of an obliquely external magnetic field
In recent years, the interaction of ultrashort laser pulses with solid target for applications in inertial confinement fusion project has been regarded. In order to ignite a target fuel capsule in an inertial confinement fusion by laser, the central region as called hot spot must be heated as much possible to maximize the initial self-heating effect. In this article, to achieve the fusion of hydrogen boron fuel is used the model block acceleration of plasma by laser-plasma interaction. By considering Maxwell's and hydrodynamic equations, it can be observed that with the increase of obliquely external magnetic field , the pulse is focused and the dielectric permittivity of the plasma increases. It is obtained that with increasing the Ѳ -angle, the angle between B0 and x-axis, the oscillations of the electron density distribution and the dielectric permittivity of the plasma are increased. So, in these conditions without the use of a powerful laser pulses and just by changing the angle, the threshold energy in hot spot decreases. Besides, the thermal conductivity of electrons reduced, it can be said that the threshold energy decreases and this represents an improvement of conditions for fusion.
Journal of Radiation and Nuclear Technology, Volume:3 Issue:1, 2016
43 - 52  
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